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    Cool Michaels Skeleton

    Stopped by Michaels tonight. They have a 5 foot skeleton for $70. A little pricey.

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    Calm? Do "murder" and "calm" go together? Calm and murder?

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    Ouch. I think Walgreens had them for $40 last year.

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    Yeah, Target had them for $40 last year, too.
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    We need to find the supplier and order a bunch straight from the source. I bet they are $20 or less in the right quantity.
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    Wth? Home depot has them way cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJimAZ View Post
    We need to find the supplier and order a bunch straight from the source. I bet they are $20 or less in the right quantity.
    Let's start a new thread with potential quantity? I'm in for 2 if we can get them cheap enough.
    Calm? Do "murder" and "calm" go together? Calm and murder?

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    I'm in for one

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    Home Depot and Walmart has them for $29.99

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    Yeah I work at Depot only $29.99 there. However keep in mind it depends one what you will use them for. The $30 specials usually have hollow parts i.e.: feet, hands sometimes, rib cage etc. Which are great for corpseing or high up or distant displays. But if you are going close up detailed prop get the more expensive ones. I know of a few haunters out there that source them direct in the off season for a better deal but I have never looked into myself.

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    Does anyone happen to know why the fake skeletons' arms are always not anatomically correct? Is that done so they fit in the box?

    Kinda reminds me of that park (formerly a cemetery) in New York where they paid the guy to relocate bodies based on number of coffins.... so as he dug them up, he bissected the bodies and put them in smaller coffins so he could make more money-- I think it was Prospect Park... Sorry, tangent.

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